A new Melbourne-grown meal kit company is here to rescue you from your cooking rut during lockdown 2.0.

Fantasising about tasting food heaven from one of Melbourne’s elite eateries? Make-Out Meals is here to bring that gastronomic goodness to your own kitchen!

With more people opting to skip the supermarket queues for meal-kit subscriptions, Melbourne marketer Billy Green saw an opportunity to support the local economy and struggling hospitality industry by delivering fresh produce and recipes from the city’s favourite venues directly to people’s homes.

Billy has teamed up with some of the best chefs from Melbourne’s finest restaurants to develop hand-crafted meal kits that enable you to recreate these culinary classics from home.

Launched on Monday 31 August 2020, Make-Out Meals provide you with fresh, pre-portioned meal kits from the likes of Bomba, Tipico, ISH and Fancy Hanks, to take your cooking skills to the next level.

Choose either a one-off meal kit (limited time only) or a subscription, then simply select the number of people you are cooking for (two or four), decide the number of meals you want delivered each week (two, three or four) and then pick your recipes – that’s it!

Meal kits range from an affordable $10.56 to $14.75 per serve and can be delivered to Melbourne metro for a flat fee of $10, or $15 for Geelong and Mornington Peninsula.

Whether you are craving indulgence or a lighter meal, Make-Out Meals has you covered, from Tipico’s Pumpkin, Gorgonzola and Walnut Risotto, to La Tortilleria’s Fish Tacos, Bomba’s Skirt Steak or ISH’s Eggplant Curry.

Simply place your order by 5 pm Friday to have your meal kit delivered to your door the following Wednesday via cold freight.

As a subscriber, you will also have exclusive opportunities to sauté along with some of Melbourne’s top chefs in weekly live cook-alongs, as well as being provided with inside tips and tricks to develop your skills on your culinary journey!

If you are looking for more recipe inspiration, check out Masterchef’s Brendan Pang’s new dumpling recipe book or re-create Manu Feildels’s authentic French Onion Soup.

Feature image credit: Sammy Green Photography. Image supplied.